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This report, which is tabled under section 20 of the Service Fees Act and section 4.2.8 of the Directive on Charging and Special Financial Authorities , contains information about the fees that LAC had the authority to charge in the 2018 to 2019 fiscal year.
Departmental results for Museums Assistance Program, Movable Cultural Property and Canada Conservation Institute
This master list contains Parks Canada fees for services, facilities, products and rights and privileges as well as travel trade fees effective July 9, 2010. The user fees have been set consistent with the requirements of the User Fees Act and under the authority of the Parks Canada Agency Act. They apply to national parks, national historic sites and national marine conservation areas administered by Parks Canada. Also included are fees that have been or will be discontinued.
Today's Honour Roll recognizes the men and women of the military who fell on this day in history. This data is derived from the Canadian Virtual War Memorial (CVWM) – a registry of the more than 118,000 Canadians and Newfoundlanders who have given their lives serving Canada or the United Kingdom – established to allow all Canadians the opportunity to honour and remember their sacrifices.
Supplementary Estimates are part of the normal parliamentary approval process to ensure that previously planned government initiatives receive the necessary funding to move them forward, therefore meeting the needs of Canadians. They present information to Parliament on the Government of Canada’s spending requirements that were not sufficiently developed in time for inclusion in the Main Estimates, and will from time to time include urgent but unforeseen expenditures, such as natural disasters (an ice storm, H1N1, etc.). Supplementary Estimates directly support an appropriation act. Supplementary Estimates are published throughout the year; each release is identified alphabetically (A, B, C, etc.).
Parks Canada Agency led a series of climate change adaptation workshops across Canada from 2017 to 2019, with support from the Federal-Provincial-Territorial Culture and Heritage Table. The workshops aimed to identify the pressing impacts of climate change on cultural resources at select heritage places, and to develop potential adaptation options. These workshops should be seen as part of an ongoing discussion regarding the impacts of climate change on cultural resources, bringing better understanding of climate change risks and feasible/effective climate change adaptation measures for National Historic Sites and other heritage places. In time, follow-up workshops should be considered, not only to expand the understanding of climate change risks at these heritage places, but also to continue the exploration of adaptation measures that might be implemented to help protect these heritage places from the effects of climate change.
The e-binder contains short summaries of thematic issues, trends and challenges facing Library and Archives Canada (LAC) for the new Librarian and Archivist of Canada. The e-binder also includes links to summary organizational charts for each LAC sector.
Part I of the Estimates process is the Government Expenditure Plan. It provides a summary and highlights of year-over-year changes in departmental spending and transfer payments in order to provide perspective on the major issues influencing government planned spending. Part II is the Main Estimates, known traditionally as the “Blue Book.” It directly supports the appropriation acts for the Main Estimates. The publication provides a listing of the resources required by individual departments and agencies for the upcoming fiscal year in order to deliver the programs for which they are responsible.
Contains a complete list of National Parks and National Historic Sites
Our objective for this audit was to determine whether the systems and practices we selected for examination at the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 were providing it with reasonable assurance that its assets were safeguarded and controlled, its resources were managed economically and efficiently, and its operations were carried out effectively, as required by section 138 of the Financial Administration Act.